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[name] => Natore Children Park
[post_id] => 18004
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Natore Children Park is located at the Rajshahi-Bogra Highway, just opposite of Shankar Gobinda Chowdhury Stadium in Natore Sadar Upazila. This park consists of lot of elements. There is a big lake and a bridge over it. The big portion of the park is structured as children’s playground with several manual rides. And the small portion has animals made with clay for children attraction.
This park was established in the year 2003 by Advocate Ruhul Kuddus Talukdar Dulu, the then Deputy Minister of Land. The main reason behind building the park is to gather the general people of the locality for entertainment in various occasions. Also, because of not having available children playground, this was built to enhance their childhood, although people of all ages gather here every day.
Throughout the park, there are lots of seating arrangements. Usually every afternoon, people come here with their friends and family members to enjoy their leisure time. Also in any occasions, this park is being decorated for enlarging the tourist attraction.
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[name] => Hala Boter Tall
[post_id] => 4794
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"Hala Boter Tall" is one of the legend place of the district. Almost a half-acre of land across a wide range of very ancient banyan tree near Kulaghat, Lalmonirhat.
People says that, banyan tree is at least 130 years of age. The field of Eidgah under that tree is older than it. In Pakistan period (1951-5 to khristabde) Fakir Pir was brought from jaunopur by the local khati fakir for certain. Pir Sahib was sitting in the trees below. A well was dag For the People coming to the field for oju. Being lack of water Due to the difficulties oju, Pir (saint) Sahib told to give a vessel of water to the well. The lack of water was then removed and never happened. It was also less than the time before the end of the distribution concerns khicuri Pir saheb give cover of the Pipkins. According to his instructions to remove the lid a little after the start of the khicuri distribution. At the end of the distribution of the khicuri few neighboring villages’ people who didn’t come to hear is also possible to send them. Pir Sahib was to go, but the place of speech was considered to be a holy place to people, people see with special respect towards the banyan tree too. After Bangladesh won its independence it spared. Every Friday still a lot of people from different places come here to be seen Manat.
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[name] => Sir J.C. Bose Complex
[post_id] => 9576
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[post_content] => Sir J.C. Bose Complex located at Rarikhal, Dhaka-Dohar Highway, Sreenagar, Munshiganj. Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose (30 November 1858 – 23 November 1937) was a Bengali polymath, physicist, biologist, botanist, archaeologist, as well as an early writer of science fiction
. He pioneered the investigation of radio and microwave optics, made very significant contributions to plant science, and laid the foundations of experimental science in the Indian subcontinent. He is sometimes considered the father of Bengali science fiction.
Born in Mymensingh- "Bengal Presidency" during the British Raj that means the Bikrampur (now in Munshiganj, Dhaka). His early life was started in Kolkata, but his paternal house is still there in Rarikhal, Sreenagar, Munshiganj
Now, his birthplace has turned into a park like memorial complex. We've found this place as a perfect place for day out with your family but not for any science awareness school visit.
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[name] => Dulahazara Safari Park
[post_id] => 1167
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Dulahazara Safari Park was developed on an undulating landscape of around 2,224 acres (9.00 km2) of area at Chakaria Upazila in Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh, some 107 km away from the port city, Chittagong, with an objective to create facilities for eco-tourism, research work and entertainment aside from conserving wild animals in a natural environment.
Dulahazara Safari Park is home to at least 4,000 animals of 165 species. After the new government took over in January 2007, joint forces rescued many of these new residents of the park during their drives at houses and establishments owned by graft suspects. Many individuals also donated some of the animals to the park during this period. The seized and donated animals recently sent to the park include 90 spotted deer, 42 barking deer, three sambar deer, one freshwater crocodile, onesaltwater crocodile, nine black bears, four pythons, 17 peacocks, 19 Turkish pheasants and two emus.
An other source of animals is the Dhaka Zoo. While the animal population in Dhaka zoo has increased over the years due to their breeding, the Dhaka zoo donates a number of lions and tigers to the Dulahazara Safari Park.